Mango Kush is a fruity and potent cannabis seed. Strong, but not outrageous, and offering satisfying yields, this indica-dominant cannabis strain has something to offer everyone, with tropical flavours that will make your mouth water!
|Parents||Mango X Hindu Kush|
|Flowering period||8-9 weeks|
|Yield (indoor)||400-450 gr/m²|
|Available as||Feminized seeds|
If you love fruity flavours and potent effects, then you'll love Mango Kush. Offering a great growing experience, good yields, and all-round fantastic effects, Mango Kush is sure to go down a treat. An indica-dominant strain, its parentage comes in the form of the original Mango Kush and Hindu Kush. The result is a strain packed with THC and myrcene, among other terpenes, and one that offers a pretty rare host of effects.
Mango Kush is strong, but not too strong. Expect around 21% THC from this fruity plant. Alongside myrcene, this makes for a relaxing and balanced high, which, if smoked in quantity, can get you extremely stoned. But it can also be enjoyed in moderation for milder effects. This balance gives it some versatility, meaning it can be smoked throughout the day, so long as you exercise a little restraint!
The name has probably given Mango Kush's flavour away. But in case you haven't caught on, it's packed with tropical flavours! Underpinning this are heavier and deeper notes of classic Kush, which ground it a little and give it some substance.
As Mango Kush is indica dominant, it grows bushy and wide, and stays at a medium height of around 110cm. Training methods such as LST can be used to keep her size small and her yields large. Robust and resilient, Mango Kush grows well indoors and out. Of course, being a photoperiod feminized cannabis plant, it will nevertheless require due care, attention, and love if you want the very best from it. But if you can give it those things, you can be sure it will return the favour!
A fast cannabis plant, it takes a mere 8–9 weeks to complete the flowering stage. Indoors, you can expect between 400–450g/m² of sticky, mango-flavoured bud. Outdoors, you can expect to push this up to around 500g/plant. In these conditions, you can hope to harvest around mid-October, meaning it will cope in most temperate regions. Although, like most of us, she's partial to a warmer climate!